snapped, past tense; snapped, past participle; snaps, 3rd person singular present; snapping, present participle;
Done or taken on the spur of the moment, unexpectedly, or without notice
a snap judgment
he could call a snap election
Break or cause to break suddenly and completely, typically with a sharp cracking sound
guitar strings kept snapping
dead twigs can be snapped off
Emit a sudden, sharp cracking sound
banners snapping in the breeze
(of an animal) Make a sudden audible bite
a dog was snapping at his heels
Cause to move or alter in a specified way with a brisk movement and typically a sharp sound
Rosa snapped her bag shut
Move or alter in this way
his mouth snapped into a tight, straight line
Suddenly lose one's self-control
she claims she snapped after years of violence
Say something quickly and irritably to someone
McIllvanney snapped at her
“I really don't much care,” she snapped
Take a snapshot of
he planned to spend the time snapping rare wildlife
photographers were snapping away at her
Put (the ball) into play by a quick backward movement from the ground
Fasten with snaps
he pulled a white rubber swim hat over his head and snapped it under his chin
A sudden, sharp cracking sound or movement
she closed her purse with a snap
A hurried, irritable tone or manner
“I'm still waiting,” he said with a snap
Vigor or liveliness of style or action; zest
the snap of the dialogue
A small fastener on clothing, engaged by pressing its two halves together
An easy task
a control panel that makes operation a snap
A quick backward movement of the ball from the ground that begins a play
A card game in which cards from two piles are turned over simultaneously and players call “snap” as quickly as possible when two similar cards are exposed
catch: the act of catching an object with the hands; "Mays made the catch with his back to the plate"; "he made a grab for the ball before it landed"; "Martin's snatch at the bridle failed and the horse raced away"; "the infielder's snap and throw was a single motion"
utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone; "The sales clerk snapped a reply at the angry customer"; "The guard snarled at us"
a spell of cold weather; "a cold snap in the middle of May"
tear: separate or cause to separate abruptly; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
break suddenly and abruptly, as under tension; "The pipe snapped"
snap bean: tender green beans without strings that easily snap into sections
Snap! is a German eurodance project formed in 1989 by Frankfurt-based producers Michael Münzing and Luca Anzilotti. ...
Slapjack, also known as Slaps is a simple card game, generally played among children. It can often be a child's first introduction to playing cards. The game is related to Egyptian Ratscrew and is also sometimes known as Heart Attack.
In computer graphics, snapping allows an object to be easily positioned in alignment with grid lines, guide lines or another object, by causing it to automatically jump to an exact position when the user drags it to the proximity of the desired location.
Snap as a dance move is a brisk, abrupt body/head/arm/hand action varying in style in different dances. It may involve body ripple (body wave), abrupt turn of the head, hip motion, etc. Not to be confused with the Hip hop style of Snap dance, which is based on finger snapping.
A snap (colloquially called a "hike", "snapback", or "pass from center") starts each American football and Canadian football play from scrimmage.
The following is a list of episodes of the television series, Harper's Island. The show aired on CBS in the United States and Global TV in Canada, with the pilot premiering on April 9, 2009 as a mid-season replacement following the series finale of Eleventh Hour.
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(Snapping) a method of execution requiring the natural weapon to strike out and back with greater magnitude than the action of a whip and is much like that of a striking serpent.
(snapping) A setting in the Timeline that affects the movement of the playhead. When snapping is enabled, the playhead “snaps,” or moves directly, to markers or edit points when it is moved close to them.
Snapping is the process of moving one feature exactly to the location of another within a specified search distance. In the context of using RivEX you would snap the end point of a polyline to the end point of another polyline to ensure correct network topology.
(SNAPPING) Dry and gritty sound produced in the extension or flexion of the joints.
(Snapping) An operation or process whereby the computer will pick a nearby point or closest point on a nearby line.
(Snapping) Attaching a point on one draw object to the exact coordinates of a point in another draw object. You can snap the central shape point of an arc to another object or snap a routable road to an existing road, enabling routing from the drawn road to the road system on the map database.
(Snapping) Laying out the floor plan on the deck or slab which represents where the walls are to be placed after framing. Then using a chalk line to represent these walls.
(Snapping) reorients the gun barrels toward enemies whenever a player's reticle are in proximity to their target.^
(Snaps) Also called snappers and bang snaps. Small pellets are thrown on a hard surface producing a cap-like popping report.
(Snaps) common Danish name for Akvavit.
Snaps are paper balls that are filled with a cap composition that goes BANG when they are thrown at something. Snaps are generally safe for most kids to use.
The ability to rev the pedals to accelerate quickly. Strong sprinters are said to have excellent snap.